Junk Silver Coins from Bolivia 

Bolivia flagSilver coin values below are based on live silver prices. Silver coins were in regular circulation in Bolivia. The values below represent the intrinsic value of silver coins from Bolivia. Silver coins from Bolivia that are in uncirculated condition, or that may be rare and collectible may also have numismatic value. You can use this table as a guide when buying and selling circulated or junk silver coins from Bolivia. The melt values are calculated and displayed in USD based on the current silver spot price of $22.51 per troy ounce.

 
 
Denomination / Currency Years Minted Fineness Gross Weight (g) ASW (g) ASW (oz t) Melt Value
10 Centavos 1872- 1900 .900 2.3 2.07 .0666 $1.50
20 Centavos 1872- 1907 .900 4.6 4.14 .1331 $3.00
20 Centavos 1909 .833 4 3.33 .1071 $2.41
50 Centavos 1873- 1900 .900 12.5 11.25 .3617 $8.14
50 Centavos 1900- 1908 .900 11.5 10.35 .3328 $7.49
50 Centavos 1909 .833 10 8.33 .2678 $6.03
100 Pesos 25nos 1975 .933 10 9.33 .3 $6.75
250 Pesos 25nos 1975 .933 15 14.00 .4499 $10.13

Bolivia Silver Coinage

Bolivia is a landlocked country in South America that borders Peru, Brazil, Chile and Paraguay.

Bolivia is a Plurinational state. There are 37 official languages in Bolivia due to the strong presence of aboriginal populations such as the Guarana, Aymara and Quechua. There are two capital cities, Sucre and La paz. Silver was discovered in Bolivia during colonial times. The mines at Potosi and Cerro Rico are believed to be the largest single silver deposits in America and possibly the world. Many of the silver coins minted in Bolivia were minted in Potosi.

Use this guide to determine the melt value of Bolivia silver coins.
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